Leases, Licences and Tenancies
Landlord and Tenant law is a very complex area and it is essential that you get advice before you either move into commercial property or allow someone else into occupation of your property.
A badly drafted lease or, just as bad, having no lease at all, is a recipe for all sorts of disputes, mostly arising when the landlord wants the tenant to leave or to carry out some maintenance to the property.
As a landlord a properly drafted lease, prepared by Batt Broadbent, will ensure that you know what you can and cannot expect of your tenant and can help minimise the potential for avoidable disputes in the future.
As a tenant you need to know from the outset what your obligations to the landlord are going to be, such as the extent of your repairing obligations. We can help to negotiate the terms of your lease to ensure that they are fair as possible to both you and the landlord and will also help you to understand what will be required of you.
If you would like more details or to discuss your requirements, then please contact one of us: